The Arizona Legislature has significantly expanded and strengthened the state’s data breach notification law. The legislation was signed by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey on April 11, 2018. Below we discuss the most notable changes: Expanded Definition of “Personal Information” Arizona’s prior Read more…


Virtua Medical Group, a South Jersey firm with dozens of medical and surgical practices, has agreed to pay $417,816 to settle a complaint that it exposed medical records of more than 1,650 patients on the internet. The exposure of patient Read more…


And per usual, legacy IT and lack of employee expertise are challenges. The growing internet of things and increasingly sophisticated malware are putting global organizations at a greater risk for cyberattacks, but leaders aren’t doing enough to bolster their groups’ Read more…


In today’s day and age, every business collects and maintains sensitive information. Although many businesses are making the shift to storing data electronically, there are still many businesses that store paper files. If you’re one of those businesses, you may Read more…


Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith testifies Oct. 3, 2017, before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. (Source: C-SPAN) (Editor’s Note: Tnta-based Equifax describes the additional types of information that went missing, the Wall Street Journal first reported.   his story has Read more…


The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to review a data breach case that would have been the first of its kind to be reviewed by the high court. See Also: How to Scale Your Vendor Risk Management Program The class action Read more…